Perspectives

The Summer of Love is Over

October 3, 2017  •  Malcolm Clemens Young, SF Examiner

Not every past has a future. It’s hard to imagine anyone, even in San Francisco, observing a Summer of Love Centennial in 2067. Although we probably won’t be doing this again, it’s worth asking what we learned and what all of this will mean in the future.

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Summer of Love, Summer of War

October 1, 2017  •  David Thomson, Journal of Alta California

The best and worst of the ‘60s intersect in 1967’s ‘Monterey Pop’ and a new Vietnam documentary

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It’s 1967 all over again: The roots of our current divide go back 50 years

September 20, 2017  •  Ted Morgan, Salon

While 1968 gets more attention from historians, 1967 saw important shifts in the nation’s politics that have shaped the world we live in today.

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FOR LOVE AND MONEY: SUMMER OF LOVE—ART, FASHION, AND ROCK AND ROLL // DE YOUNG MUSEUM

September 12, 2017  •  Stephen F Eisenman, The Seen Journal

When an avant-garde has graduated to the seminar room, you know it is truly dead.

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